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The events for Spring 2016 are listed here. You can also download an ICS of them.

Spring 2016 Elections

MC 3001 (Comfy), 2016-05-12, 7:00 pm: The Computer Science Club will be holding elections for the Spring 2016 for President, Vice-President, Secretary, and Treasurer. Additionally, librarian, office manager, sysadmin, and fridge regent will be appointed and ratified.

CSC Does Spring Cleaning

MC 3036 (CSC Office), 2016-05-25, 6:00 pm: Come out and help make the office slightly less messy! We will bribe... uh, provide you with food for helping. :)

Code Party 0

STC 0010, 2016-06-02, 6:30 pm: Come code with us, eat some food, do some things. Personal projects you want to work on? Homework projects you need to finish? Or want some time to explore some new technology and chat about it? You can join us at Code Party 0 and do it, with great company and great food.

scp talks

MC 5479, 2016-06-08, 6:00 pm: Listen to cool 15-20 lightning talks by CSC members on a variety of computer science and related topics.

WiCS and CSC Go Outside!

BMH Green, 2016-07-11, 7:00 pm: Join us at BMH Green for a night outdoors with fellow people in Computer Science! There will be ice cream and board games and frisbees and maybe some water guns. Bring your friends!

Computer Science: Beyond Bits and Bytes

MC 2034, 2016-07-14, 6:30 pm: Gladimir Baranoski is an Associate Professor at the School of Computer Science, in the Natural Phenomena Simulation Group. He will be giving a talk on underappreciated facets of computer science and its connections to other disciplines.

Notorious CS452

MC 4045, 2016-07-21, 6:00 pm: Bill Cowan is the Director of the Computer Graphics Lab, and teaches the notorious CS452, lovingly known as the trains course by CS students. He will be giving a talk on that very course.

Richard Mann Prof Talk and EOT

MC Comfy Lounge, 2016-07-25, 6:00 pm: Join us on Monday, July 25th at 6pm in the MC Comfy Lounge for an exciting prof talk by Richard Mann on Open Source Computer Sound Measurement. The abstract for the talk is below. We will follow this up by an EOT event with dinner and board games! Last event of the term, get hype.